The Gellert Marketplace to open Fall 2014

South San Francisco, CA January 24, 2014sprouts

A while back we had heard rumors of a Sprouts Store opening on Gellert in Daly City. Thanks to Katrina Hernandez for sharing the information on the development as many have wondered why Circuit City and Office Depot had been demolished.  This 140,000 sf development is set to open in Fall of 2014.  Below we share the plans from Cross Point Realty Services for this Daly City location.

Sprouts has many stores in California and this will be the first location on the Peninsula. The best way to describe them is ‘Whole Foods’ with Safeway prices. This will soon be a regional favorite.

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7 comments for “The Gellert Marketplace to open Fall 2014

  1. Tarra
    June 18, 2014 at 3:53 pm

    The traffic at 280 SB to serromonte is already terrible, this is only going to make it worse. Are there any plans to improve the exit from the highway? The metering light from HWY1 doesn’t help..its nearly pointless. The other side of the overpass where chipotle and starbucks are is very much a disaster waiting to happen. People will get in crashes for sure.

    • Jen
      January 11, 2015 at 3:14 pm

      You guys could always learn how to drive. Just a thought.

  2. LARRY FABIAN
    September 23, 2014 at 9:54 am

    THERE ISN’T ENOUGH PARKING TO SERVICE THIS PART OF GELLERT. WHAT ABOUT THE SPACE NEEDED TO MANEUVER LARGE TRUCKS IN THIS AREA? WASN’T THIS AREA ON SAND?

  3. donald lapinig
    November 16, 2014 at 4:29 pm

    can I get info on the site to register for gilbert st cause im very interested in a j0b

    • Editor
      November 17, 2014 at 5:47 pm

      Hi Donald,
      You would need to visit the shopping center and see which businesses are hiring and apply directly with them. Good luck on your job search!
      -Ed

  4. John
    May 17, 2015 at 8:32 am

    The administration of Gellert Crosspointe Center needs to seriously consider putting traffic lights or some other mechanism for motor vehicle control INSIDE the center’s parking lot–for weekends. The sheer misery of trying to negotiate and navigate that parking lot on a weekend is enough to make me avoid Sprouts, my new favorite store! Stop signs won’t be enough. Very poorly designed center for pedestrians, too.

  5. John
    October 23, 2016 at 8:22 pm

    The Gellert Marketplace issues parking tickets higher price than the fines of the local munincipality. If you shop here you have to worry about and take note of the time when you shop and go get something to eat so you do not get issued a parking ticket.
    Now I have to worry if they are going to send me to collections.
    I hope this is not a privatization of enforceable penalties like red light cameras.

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